Mary's Kitchen and Pieology Pizza Raise Funds For The Homeless.

Show a flier and 15% of the tab goes to Mary's Kitchen homeless shelter - Nov 7

Pieology Pizzeria will host an all-day fundraiser on Wednesday to help Mary’s Kitchen, a local homeless food and service center, to build a business sign.

 
Pieology is located in Fullerton on 516 State College Blvd. and is open 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.  15 percent of the full check amount will be sent directly to Mary’s Kitchen.  
 
The fundraiser participants can either show the fundraiser flier to their waiter as a physical hardcopy or in a digital form straight from their phones.  The flier can be found on the official Mary’s Kitchen Facebook page.
 
“I think it’s a great idea and I love the cause,” said Romael Jacobs, Pieology general manager.
 
The proceeds will be sent straight to Mary’s Kitchen for a business sign to improve its visibility to the homeless, new volunteers and donation-givers in the surrounding area.
 
“We are excited that after 20 years, we will finally have a sign for Mary’s Kitchen,” said Gloria Suess, president of Mary’s Kitchen.  “I hope everyone will come out, enjoy and support us for our sign.”
 
Mary’s Kitchen seeks monetary funding and material donations to help improve and maintain the quality of its facility so that it can continue to operate as the central resource for many of the hungry and homeless of Orange County.  
 
Mary’s Kitchen has found it increasingly difficult to keep up with the demand for the services it offers due to the number of homeless individuals increasing to 28,000 in Orange County alone.
 
Mary’s Kitchen was established in 1984 by Mary McAnena. The organization is a 100 percent volunteer-run and donation-based.  Their services include providing meals Monday through Saturday, showers, clothing, and offers various resources that aim to improve the livelihood of over 200 homeless men, women and families.  The facility is located on 517 Struck Ave. in the city of Orange.
 
For more details, please e-mail launchcommuniations464@gmail.com.

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